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Timeline - 2001 to Present

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2001-PRESENT

2010
Once again, we're rated #1 airline serving Hawaii by Travel + Leisure's annual reader survey.

We acquire the first of 27 new, wide-body Airbus aircraft; the rest will be integrated into the fleet over the next decade.

2009
We transport a record-setting 8.3 million passengers.

Fuel-saving "winglets" are installed on Boeing 767-300R aircraft, resulting in a savings of more than 300,000 gallons of jet fuel annually per aircraft.

2008
Four Boeing 717-200 jets are welcomed to our inter-island fleet, allowing us to add 110 inter-island roundtrip flights per week to the current schedule.

2007
We sign with Airbus and engine maker Rolls-Royce to acquire up to 24 new long-range, wide-body aircraft as part of our fleet renewal plan.

2006
Our streak as #1 on-time airline extends to 30 months.

2005
Airport check-in time is reduced to 60 seconds or less with our new luggage recognition technology.

2004
We mark a full year as America's most punctual airline and introduce non-stop service to Sydney, Australia.

2003
Hawaiian launches non-stop San Diego to Maui service.

"Hele On" Self Check-In launches at airports and on the web.

2002
Boeing 767s replace all DC-10s, making Hawaiian Airlines' fleet among the youngest in the industry.

2001
Boeing 717s replace the DC-9 fleet.

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